Bridge Make A Difference Committee

The Bridge Make A Difference Committee is a diverse group of socially conscious professionals working together in support of The Bridge and the nearly 2,300 people they help each year. This newly formed Committee's mission is to promote The Bridge programs, services and societal benefits to new audiences. The Committee is chaired by a member of The Bridge's Board of Directors, Laurie Melton of American Express.

The Bridge Make a Difference Committee members blend their talents to raise awareness and funds for The Bridge by hosting and participating in fun, unique and festive social/networking events, as well as planning events for volunteers. Members manage various drives and initiatives to benefit the clients of The Bridge and help support the overall mission of The Bridge.

Committee members volunteer their time, creativity and intellectual resources to create awareness, as well as assist in the work of The Bridge. Members will gain valuable networking experience and leadership skills, while drawing inspiration from other socially conscience individuals, and the work that The Bridge does.

This group is dedicated to engaging the next generation of facilitators who will continue to promote The Bridge and assist adults with mental illness through their commitment. The Bridge Make a Difference Committee members recognize that regardless of illness, everyone deserves an opportunity to live a full life. To join the Committee or volunteer please contact Ann R. Hyatt, Senior VP for Development & External Relations, at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or call 212.663.3000 X1379.


Upcoming Event

Spin-a-Thon Fundraiser @ Studio 360 
Thursday, April 24th
8:30 - 10:15pm
557 3rd Ave., 2nd Floor, NYC 


Wine & Cheese Reception + Free Raffle Following 45 minutes of Indoor Cycling
Participants in the Spin-a-Thon must raise or donate a minimum of $50


Coming Soon -

Partners in Caring Awards Dinner

June 5, 2014 at The Pierre

Proceeds will create safe and affordable housing and services for the homeless, seniors, Veterans and other New Yorkers in need.